• License Suspensions for Failure to Pay Child Support in Oklahoma

      In all states, both parents are expected to financially support their children, and this does not change because parents are not married or because they are divorced . Under Oklahoma law, one or both ...

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    • Essential Tips on How to Co-Parent Your Children After Divorce

      If you and your former spouse share children, you will still have to be in each other’s lives after your divorce is finalized and, if there is a lot of negativity and resentment between the two of ...

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    • Can I Post About My Divorce on Social Media?

      If you’re like many Americans, you have at least one social media account. Whether it’s Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, or another of the countless networks available, your social media ...

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    • License Suspensions for Failure to Pay Child Support in Oklahoma

      In all states, both parents are expected to financially support their children, and this does not change because parents are not married or because they are divorced . Under Oklahoma law, one or both ...

      Read More
    • Essential Tips on How to Co-Parent Your Children After Divorce

      If you and your former spouse share children, you will still have to be in each other’s lives after your divorce is finalized and, if there is a lot of negativity and resentment between the two of ...

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    • Who Is Eligible for Alimony in a Divorce?

      Alimony , commonly known as spousal support, constitutes regular payments that one spouse makes to the other for following their divorce. Alimony is not as common today as it used to be, however, ...

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    • What You Can Do If You Were Wrongfully Terminated

      Oklahoma follows the “at-will” rule, which means an employer can terminate their employees for any reason and at any time, or for no apparent reason at all. However, there are a few distinct ...

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    • Estate Planning: Why Everyone Should Have a Plan

      Many people assume estate planning is exclusively for the wealthy. However, it’s beneficial for everyone to have some sort of estate plan in place regardless of the size of their estate. Doing so ...

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    • What is Quiet Title Law in Oklahoma?

      You may need to file a quiet title action if a link in the chain of title of a property is either broken or incorrect. A chain of title is a list of people who have owned a property before the current ...

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    • The Difference Between Guardianship and Conservatorship

      If you have a family member or friend who is aging or impaired and can no longer take care of their affairs, you may want to consider applying for guardianship or conservatorship. But how do you know ...

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    • License Suspensions for Failure to Pay Child Support in Oklahoma

      In all states, both parents are expected to financially support their children, and this does not change because parents are not married or because they are divorced . Under Oklahoma law, one or both ...

      Read More
    • Essential Tips on How to Co-Parent Your Children After Divorce

      If you and your former spouse share children, you will still have to be in each other’s lives after your divorce is finalized and, if there is a lot of negativity and resentment between the two of ...

      Read More
    • Who Is Eligible for Alimony in a Divorce?

      Alimony , commonly known as spousal support, constitutes regular payments that one spouse makes to the other for following their divorce. Alimony is not as common today as it used to be, however, ...

      Read More
    • The Most Common Reasons for Probate Litigation

      Probate is the legal process of settling someone’s affairs after they pass away. This may involve paying the deceased’s debts, proving to the court that the deceased’s will is valid, taking stock of ...

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    • Avoiding the Top Reasons for Disputed Estates

      Unfortunately, estate planning can be a challenge. Even when there are few assets to divide, it is possible for survivors to dispute the provisions you leave behind and turn an inheritance into a ...

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    • How to Handle Conflict with Fellow Heirs and Inheritors

      If you are named in a loved one’s will and testament, you may be entitled to certain assets, property, accounts, and so on. When there are multiple heirs and inheritors in the mix, property division ...

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    • What is Quiet Title Law in Oklahoma?

      You may need to file a quiet title action if a link in the chain of title of a property is either broken or incorrect. A chain of title is a list of people who have owned a property before the current ...

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    • 10 Tips for Successfully Dealing with Your HOA

      If you live in a condominium, townhouse, or other type of home in a new development, you are probably familiar with condo and homeowner’s associations, or HOAs. As many as 20% of Americans may now ...

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    • How Are Property Disputes Handled in a Divorce?

      When a married couple decides to divorce in Oklahoma, any property the spouses share will need to be divided. This is likely to lead to a heated confrontation, especially when real estate property is ...

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